In addition to the variety of international services that Adamson Jones provides to our UK-based clients, we value the relationships we have established with clients and associates around the world.
We represent overseas clients at the European Patent Office and the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO), as well as at the United Kingdom Intellectual Property Office. We aim to tailor our services to our clients’ needs, and we recognise that clients from different jurisdictions may have different expectations or different requirements.
We have extensive experience of all aspects of EPO practice and procedure, and deliver high quality services at competitive rates.
You may be interested in our pct2ep service, which is our online resource for European patent applications based on International (PCT) cases. You can obtain immediate cost estimates for filing new European patent applications as well as understanding the European patent application process and practical tips for ensuring your application the best chance of being accepted by the EPO.
If you opt for national IP protection, either alongside, or instead of, Europe-wide protection, we are able to represent you before the United Kingdom Intellectual Property Office. All our attorneys are qualified to act in the UK alongside any European qualifications they hold.
Since the United Kingdom decided to leave the EU, it has become necessary to consider national protection of trade marks and designs in the United Kingdom. Further information on our services for UK national IP protection can be found here.
We are happy to bill in US Dollars or Euros where it is convenient for our clients. We will also be pleased to provide fixed quotes for the filing of applications and for other actions wherever possible.
To learn more about how our patent and trade mark attorneys can help you and your clients obtain the best IP protection in the United Kingdom and Europe please call us on +44 (0)115 947 7977 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
AdamsonJones is pleased to announce that David Gwilliam, Eilidh Pugh and Jenny Vaughan have all been promoted to the position of Partner.